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Mathematicians first used the plus and minus signs in the sixteenth century.

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What century were plus and minus signs in math first used?

the 16th century, specifically 1544.


What Century did the Mathematicians first use plus and minus signs?

15th Century by Johannes Widmann


What century did mathematicians first use plus and minus signs?

15th Century by Johannes Widmann


What century did mathematicians use plus and minus signs?

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In what century did people start using plus and minus signs?

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Who invented the subtraction plus and equal and multiplication and division signs?

Robert Recorde, who designed the equals sign, introduced plus and minus in 1557. Brahmagupta was an Indian mathematician who invented the multiplication sign around the 19th century. Johann Rahn first used the division sign in his book Teutshe algebra in 1659.


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At the end of the nineteenth century, luminous signs were a new phenomenon.


What is the product of 5?

Because of the three minus signs, i.e. an odd number of minus signs, the answer is negative.


What is an expression that are set apart by plus or minus signs?

Terms are in expressions that separate by plus or minus signs. The answer is TERMS.


What is the product of -(-5)(-3)?

Because of the three minus signs, i.e. an odd number of minus signs, the answer is negative.


Why is minus into minus a plus?

Because both minus signs to be cut therefore minus * minus will be treated as plus numbers


Does plus minus mean plus?

Same mathematical signs equal plus Different mathematical signs equal minus Plus Plus = Plus (+)(+) = + Minus Minus = Plus (-)(-) = + Plus Minus = Minus (+)(-) = - Minus Plus = Minus (-)(+) = - So the direct answer to your question would be: plus minus equals minus

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